Have you ever wondered how people live such awesome lives. They have great wealth, abundant joy, successful marriage, nice house, wonderful spouse, great friends, awesome kids, beautiful cars, and travel the world year round, the list is endless. Have you ever wondered how they achieved it all. Some might say they worked hard for it, they inherited it or they got lucky. There is a strong commonality in the lives of those who live life abundantly and it is a belief that dates back hundreds of years. Books have been written about this topic for ages and it is available to everyone who can apply it's rules to their life.
All you have to do is INTEND IT!
That's right, intend it. Whatever you want for your life, you must intend it. Let's take a look at the meaning of the word. To have in mind as something to be done or brought about. You 100% intend to have a wonderful life, intend to have a loving marriage, intend to be successful, intend to be great, intend to be healthy, intend to be happy! For all the things you want for your life intend it. Expect that it will happen and remain focused on only those things. Don't allow any contradiction, doubt, disbelief or denial to enter your mind. Dismiss those thoughts immediately and replace them with the positive thinking that what you want is on it's way, everything you need is flowing into your life right now. And feel good about it, get excited about it!
Go to a quiet room in your home, take a pen and paper with you. Now, sit quietly and think about what you desire most for your life. Be very clear with yourself, be very specific. Now that your mind has become clear on what you want, write it down and read these thoughts everyday. When you do this continue to imagine yourself where you want to be, continue to remain positive and continue to feel good about it and watch it appear in your life. And finally, be grateful and thankful for what your life already has, so that you can continue to feel this way when your life begins to produce more for you.
With Love and Gratitude,
The Black Woman's Rule Book